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July 27, 2018, 07:09:16 AM
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This is a good indicator.  The younger generation should understand bitcoin and crypto.
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July 27, 2018, 07:15:17 AM
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The growth of the community is always a good thing for us who loves bitcoin. Bitcoin acceptance is one of the main problem that we bitcoin users face and it is always nice when we here about big establishments supporting and accepting bitcoin. Instead of getting worried of the side effects we should always see the positive aspects it brings.
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July 27, 2018, 08:01:38 AM
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It is really good that there are things like these that spread awareness about cryptos. Kudos to the people behind this. I just hope they do it for the benefit of the whole community and not just themselves.
Yes! im also glad that people are taking action and spreading the word, and hopefully more communities , more countries will get involved too.
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July 27, 2018, 08:38:41 AM
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Am delighted coming across various news and online posters about how higher institutions in different countries of the world now talk about bitcoin and cryptocurrency. They as far as organising symposium, seminars and conferences on cryptocurrency related topics.
This development is a sign that awareness is now been circulated to the younger generation and to me is a good omen and a welcome development towards the establishing a firm standing of cryptocurrency to the world.

Few days ago, I was in the middle of finance conscious friends and their discussion about how CFA institute has included blockchain as part of topics to read for exam I.e including it in its syllabus and the feeling I had when they talk about crypto currency in the most crude and basic manner is more than being delighted but an assurance that crypto currency is here to stay and the recognition its getting from such reputable institute shows that its a force to really reckon with.

New like this should really be publicised beyond the forum to those are still skeptical about whether they are on the right path or doing the right thing that for the fact that you found your way down, you have never been this right before.

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July 27, 2018, 08:44:16 AM
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Am delighted coming across various news and online posters about how higher institutions in different countries of the world now talk about bitcoin and cryptocurrency. They as far as organising symposium, seminars and conferences on cryptocurrency related topics.

Most countries talk about blockchain and not necessarily about bitcoin, there are few countries that speak well about bitcoin and altcoins and even about ICOs. I am going to mention the countries that I think are adopting a more understandable posture regarding bitcoins, namely Japan, South Korea, USA and Malta. other countries have only a neutral approach. While countries such as China and India and others that I will not mention here, have adopted very tough positions regarding bitcoin. but as I said before, all countries speak well about blockchain ... but exclude cryptos.

This development is a sign that awareness is now been circulated to the younger generation and to me is a good omen and a welcome development towards the establishing a firm standing of cryptocurrency to the world.

I agree

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July 27, 2018, 09:06:30 AM
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Spreading awareness through seminars and conferences is a good sign that the crypto market is getting more attention.

While others are still skeptic about cryptocurrencies, here are those people that keep on organizing events just to help others who wants to gain more knowledge about it.

Ans those are the things that avid users of bitcoin should start engaging with. This will not only help them as in individual but at the same type is that with this you can encourage more and more people to attend this type of event. And if it happens, more and more people would love to start using bitcoin and therefore the market value will rise. This is a good step in making bitcoin more popular.

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July 27, 2018, 09:22:19 AM
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Am delighted coming across various news and online posters about how higher institutions in different countries of the world now talk about bitcoin and cryptocurrency. They as far as organising symposium, seminars and conferences on cryptocurrency related topics.
This development is a sign that awareness is now been circulated to the younger generation and to me is a good omen and a welcome development towards the establishing a firm standing of cryptocurrency to the world.
It is important that these institutions do not try to control bitcoin in the name of embracing it. Having said that I can understand the new found optimism in investors after hearing positive news from different parts of the world like Korea and Bulgaria. But a lot of the general population is still unaware of the true power of cryptocurrencies.

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July 27, 2018, 09:33:36 AM
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Yes, now cryptocurrency is becoming increasingly popular, but the small communities seem to have no idea about crypto, and it will be very difficult to introduce crypto to the common people, nor can we guarantee that the future of crypto will be bright, because it has no institution or the party responsible.
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August 02, 2018, 03:00:35 AM
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Am delighted coming across various news and online posters about how higher institutions in different countries of the world now talk about bitcoin and cryptocurrency. They as far as organising symposium, seminars and conferences on cryptocurrency related topics.
This development is a sign that awareness is now been circulated to the younger generation and to me is a good omen and a welcome development towards the establishing a firm standing of cryptocurrency to the world.
yeah this is a good sign and is initiated by students and students and with this the progress of cryptocurrency And bitcoin is growing and growing.
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